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If you are looking for a place to let your hair loose and dance the night away then Burn is the place to be at. Its dark wooden interiors and leather covered sofas make dining here feel very intimate. However the DJ ensures you have a great time and if the crowds on the weekend are anything to go by, this is an extremely popular place.
It's better to visit DIVE than BURN. The staff is not at all friendly , I guess they just want big group of ppl who can make.hefty Bills. Very rude manager, not a place recommend to go
I was been been 25% discount.. but on reaching on restaurant the manager told that u will provide only 15% discount Tried callin eazydinner helpline end nos of tym but no 1 answered It was meaning booking through eazy dinnes as the gave 15% less and changed 10% service..
Location - It is right at the entrance of BKC and located near the trade centre. It is right next to BKC Dive and 2 minutes walking from the BKC True Tram Trunk Food - The food here is absolutely brilliant. This is the 2nd time that I visited the outlet. They do have a lot of options on the menu in multiple cuisines. Ambience - Oh this place is really good in this aspect. The DJ plays really good songs and Bollywood music starts post 9 pm only which is quite early in comparison to other places. It is perfectly lit but the only issue here is the non availability of couple tables. They only have big tables and are generally reserved for bigger groups Service - There is a waiter lending his ear whenever you want to communicate something. Small things are taken care of without communication being done which is really good about this place. Overall : Ambience :5/5 Food: 4/5 Drinks: 4.5/5 Staff: 4/5
Went here at saturday evening for a friend's bday party.We were the first ones to enter in Burn at 7pm so by seeing nobody there even at 7 it was a turnoff for us but after 8 it was full lit. The music was too loud after 9. The dance floor started after 8 but due to dry day they said they will open at 10pm. The ambiance of burn was lit, with good bollywood music. We ordered Pesto Paneer and Chicken tikka pizza, French fries, Chicken salt & pepper, oriental non veg platter, Alfredo pasta. They have limited menu so it was tough to place order for the group of 7 people. My personal favourite was Chicken tikka Pizza and Oriental platter. Their service was fast. Don't forget to get your id along if you want to use zomato gold here. Definetly a place to visit if you have to enjoy your evening!!!
Me & my Wife food trail continues and we landed at this place Burn Bar & Kitchen @ BKC. We had no idea and haven't googled much to get a review of this place and thought lets explore. Interiors looks quite plush and upscale and were impressed. Guess it lived only to that expectations. Service & food was bad. Attendees were least interested it seemed and service was slow. We just finished our food & left for the day.
You may have had your fill of those informal colourful spaces, so much preferred by the youths today. Tipplers are answering to the call of the playful vibrant places that draws them with eccentricity and bold designs. Utterly bored and done with ‘quirky chic’, bar-hoppers are moving towards those classy old-fashioned spaces for a change as a social palate cleanser. They are leaning more and more towards those dark masculine décor that gives them an instant contrast from their usual artsy haunts. Let us take you to ‘Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room’, an intense old-fashioned bar that seems to be lost in time. Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room gains a trendy corner in Building No 19, Next to Trade Centre in Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai. The locality is always hopping with fashionable crowd, pouring in to sample BKC’s exceptional nightlife.
Partying at Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room is a cozy, laid-back affair. The place is more lounge like with a distinct gentlemen’s club appeal. Owing to its fancy name, the bar proudly stocks on an excellent collection of single malts and scotches. A whisky connoisseur feels right at home, tasting through their impressive selection. Eat through a varied eclectic grub menu featuring recipes from Italian, Asian and Modern Indian cuisines. Try Fizzy Botanicals, a delicious house concoction of gin and cardamom to go with your nibbles. Munch through a, quinoa salad, pan fried fish, Thai spiced corn & oyster mushroom phyllo rolls, curried chicken tenders, crab wontons and kalmi kebab. Main course looks like, meat craver pizza, blackened creole chicken, broiled lobster with saffron infused linguine, nihari gosht, fully loaded veggie Burn burger and oriental stir fried chicken.
Coddle your sweet tooth with a series of tempting desserts. Burn does wonderful versions of, blueberry cheesecake, crème brulee, red velvet cake, Burn baked Alaska, sizzling chocolate cigar, caramelized khari with kulfi and Burn’s flaming chocolate ball. Because of the good food and magnetic ambience, Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room is filled pretty quickly. It’s wise to reserve a table ahead before dropping in. Formidable thick wooden doors welcome you to Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room. Inside you are met with a dark wooden heavy spacious room, covered floor to ceiling with deep wooden finishes. Result is a vintage, masculine vibe, softened by the use of dim yellow lights. A smooth curved bar and plush leather sofas defines rest of the space. Not bad for a moderately priced bar.